Before launching on the Worship Night in America Tour with Chris Tomlin, Phil Wickham stopped by St. Louis for a solo show hosted by Joy 99.1 FM and Faith Church.
Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band returned for an in-store evening at Vintage Vinyl with stories and songs highlighting their newest album, Front Porch Sessions.
The Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau was filled out for the opening night of the Rock and Worship Roadshow, with Steven Curtis Chapman and Francesca Battistelli headlining this year’s iteration.
With the release of her new album Heat, Le’Ponds settled into Vintage Vinyl for a simpler acoustic session for the Sunday afternoon crowd.
The Winter Jam tour returned to St. Louis last weekend and once again filled Scottrade Center. $10 for 10 bands is quite the feat and thanks again to Boost 101.9 for having me out again to shoot the event.
2016 was certainly an interesting year shooting-wise. It didn’t seem like I shot that much (barely cracking 30+ concerts), but it was a nice change of pace to trade the quantity of shows for an interesting mix of opportunities. Some of the new opportunities brought in their fair share of challenges, exposing some areas that I could definitely work and develop on in 2017. Enjoy this recap of 2016 and see you out at a show in 2017!